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#Equifax #Settlement owes you $125 πŸ€‘

https://www.cnet.com/how-to/equifax-settlement-owes-you-125-but-the-free-credit-monitoring-may-be-the-better-offer/


If you are reading this, then you — or people you know — have probably been affected by the 2017 Equifax data breach that exposed personal data of 147 million people to hackers. (To check if you were part of the breach — and therefore eligible to file claims to recover losses and expenses — go to the official data breach settlement website, where you’ll enter your last name and last six digits of your social security number in the online form.) And if you were part of the breach, you probably know you can submit a claim as part of the class-action settlement between Equifax and the Federal Trade Commission to be compensated for expenses and time spent recovering from the breach.

The settlement lets you submit claims for multiple benefits, so filing for one doesn’t preclude you from receiving others. And you have until Jan. 22, 2020, to file.

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